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A-A Heart Rhythm Congress 2021

A-A Heart Rhythm Congress 2021

The Arrhythmia Alliance (A-A) Heart Rhythm Congress (HRC) provides an unrivalled opportunity for healthcare professionals interested in the management of arrhythmias to share effective practice, showcase innovation, learn about the latest developments and network with UK & international delegates. Launching 3rd October, the virtual A-A HRC2021 will deliver virtual presentations, debates and discussions from the A-A online platform, which provides: An international faculty delivering first-class research, presentations, and live discussions. On-demand video presentations, accessible until October 2022. Virtual exhibition booths. Opportunities to network with colleagues in “tech suits”. Up to 24 CPD points (accreditation pending).

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EHRA 2021

EHRA 2021

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Arrhythmia Alliance Heart Rhythm Update Meetings

A-A HRU meetings provide a platform, online, for sharing best practice and they cover the whole spectrum of arrhythmias — from atrial fibrillation to tachycardia. The key benefit of A-A HRU, is that because they are smaller, more focused meetings, they provide a greater opportunity to virtually network with healthcare professionals in all areas of cardiac service provision, academic institutions and professional bodies.

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Key revisions needed for draft NICE guidance for managing AF

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First randomised study of ivabradine for PoTs shows benefit

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Cardiac Rhythm News 19 February 2021

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Cardiovascular News 19 February 2021

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American College of Cardiology says prioritise highest risk heart disease patients for vaccine

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People who exercise are less likely to instantly die after a heart attack

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